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22nd Jul '17 8:39:04 AM Morgenthaler
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22nd Jul '17 3:22:57 AM eroock
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'''Some Examples of "Good" Animal vs "Bad" Animal:'''

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'''Some Examples !!Some examples of "Good" Animal vs "Bad" Animal:'''"good" animal vs. "bad" animal:
20th Jul '17 2:41:11 PM Morgenthaler
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* Dogs vs Wolves (though depending on the story, either can be the good or bad one)

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* Dogs [[HeroicDog Dogs]] vs Wolves [[SavageWolves Wolves]] (though depending on the story, either can be the good or bad one)



* Mongooses vs Weasels

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* Mongooses vs Weasels[[WickedWeasel Weasels]]
20th Jul '17 12:20:22 PM Gosicrystal
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** Done all the time in the Pokemon games as well. Caterpies vs Weedles, Pidgeys vs Spearows, Ledybas vs Spinaraks, and Skittys vs Glameows.


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* Done all the time in the ''{{Franchise/Pokemon}}'' games: Caterpies vs Weedles, Pidgeys vs Spearows, Ledybas vs Spinaraks, and Skittys vs Glameows.
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18th Jul '17 7:57:43 AM Morgenthaler
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* Dolphins vs Sharks

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* Dolphins [[HeroicDolphin Dolphins]] vs Sharks[[ThreateningShark Sharks]]
11th Apr '17 8:13:57 PM Sharlee
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* In the ''Literature/{{Redwall}}'' series, mice are good whilst rats are evil, and otters are good while stoats, ferrrets, weasels and martens are evil.

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* In the ''Literature/{{Redwall}}'' series, mice are good whilst rats are evil, and otters and badgers are good while stoats, ferrrets, weasels and ferrets, weasels, martens and wolverines are evil.



* In ''Literature/TwentyThousandLeaguesUnderTheSea'', whales vs cachalots (called sperm whales in modern times). Nemo is adamant against killing whales for sport, but has no problem with killing cachalots -- described as "cruel, mischievous creatures".

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* In ''Literature/TwentyThousandLeaguesUnderTheSea'', baleen whales vs cachalots (called sperm whales in modern times). Nemo is adamant against killing baleen whales for sport, but has no problem with killing cachalots -- described as "cruel, mischievous creatures".
23rd Dec '16 7:42:16 AM Prime32
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* [[JapaneseBeetleBrothers Japanese Rhino Beetles vs Stag Beetles]] (though depending on the story, either can be the good or bad one)


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* [[JapaneseBeetleBrothers Rhino Beetles vs Stag Beetles]] (though depending on the story, either can be the good or bad one)
23rd Dec '16 7:39:45 AM Prime32
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* [[{{Kitsune}} Foxes]] vs {{Tanuki}} (though depending on the story, either can be the good or bad one)


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* [[JapaneseBeetleBrothers Japanese Rhino Beetles vs Stag Beetles]] (though depending on the story, either can be the good or bad one)
28th Sep '16 2:52:31 PM legendaryweredragon
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* [[KingOfBeasts Lions]] vs Hyenas



** The Lion King also depicts lions as noble and mostly good guys and hyenas as dirty, stupid, and cowardly bad guys



* In the first ''Film/StuartLittle'' movie, a bully of George's gets punched in the face when he states "You're right, he's [Stuart] not a mouse, he's a RAT."

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* In the first ''Film/StuartLittle'' movie, a bully of George's gets punched in the face when he states "You're right, he's [Stuart] not a stupid mouse, he's a stupid RAT."
13th Aug '16 6:15:28 PM nombretomado
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* In ''{{Discworld}}'', calling the orangutan Librarian a "monkey" is an invitation to a painful lesson in TaxonomicTermConfusion, administered by red-furred arms strong enough to hold someone upside-down by the ankles and bounce their noggin on the floor.

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* In ''{{Discworld}}'', ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'', calling the orangutan Librarian a "monkey" is an invitation to a painful lesson in TaxonomicTermConfusion, administered by red-furred arms strong enough to hold someone upside-down by the ankles and bounce their noggin on the floor.
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